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The decision on the fate of the Englewood Fire Department won't happen until Feb. 17. Englewood's city council was scheduled to decide at the Feb. 9 study session whether to seek voter approval … more
The Englewood School Board voted unanimously Feb. 4 to again deny the TriCity Academy application to establish a charter school in the district. Meanwhile, the academy said it again will appeal Englewood's decision to the state board of … more
The Englewood Public Library will accept non-perishable food items in lieu of payments for overdue library materials from March 1-15 during their Spring Food for Fines program. Library users can “pay” one food item for each $5 increment on … more
Englewood city offices and shops will be closed Feb. 16 in observance of Presidents Day, but the Englewood Recreation Center, the Malley Senior Recreation Center and the Broken Tee at Englewood Golf Course will be open. Also, the Englewood City … more
Englewood Code Enforcement Officers pulled a dog to safety that had fallen through the ice covering the retention pond near the 100 block of West Hampden Avenue. The officers saw the dog struggling to get out of the water about 3:45 p.m. Jan. 15. … more
Awesome. The word was often used to describe their opinion of some who attended the Feb. 7 dedication and open house at the recently completed The Englewood Campus. The seventh- through 12-grade campus was constructed on the former Englewood … more
The sixth suspect in the investigation of the sexual assault of a high school freshman was arrested Feb. 5 in Colorado Springs. Police have not released the age of the suspect and, because he is a juvenile, his name won't be released. The case … more
Las Cazuelas Mexican restaurant in Lakewood has a 40-year history, Tony Silva said, but he “got tired of being confined to the same four walls.” So he started the Tony Guacamole Food Truck last July. The menus, however, are completely … more
Café 180 received an endorsement from a homeless man who said the staff provided lunch and treated him like he was a paying customer. Fred Snyder, who said his home is where he happens to hang his hat, said he was asking people for money to get … more
After 10 hours of emotional testimony from more than 100 witnesses, Colorado state representatives rejected the “death with dignity” bill, which would have allowed terminally ill patients to end their lives with the help of medical … more
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